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CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (CBSE)

Overview

The Central Board of Secondary Education was constituted in 1962. It functions under the overall supervision of the Controlling Authority which is vested with the Secretary, Education, Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development. It is a national level board of education that is student-friendly and has immense recognition as the best board in the country.

CP Goenka International School offers CBSE Board in order to relieve children from the constant pressure of exams and allow them to take interest in the subject. Further, it is also helpful for pursuing future studies from a centralized institution like an IIT or AIIMS as the preliminary examinations for these institutions are organized by CBSE only. Being one of the Best Ranking CBSE Schools in Pune, Wagholi, we not only aim at imparting quality education but also overall physical and mental growth encouraging sports alongside studies.

The main objective of Best CBSE Schools in Pune has been about instilling a sense of confidence in children and making them believe in the core strength of the system. This is why we grant them a lot of flexibility at every educational stage and let them pick their choice of a stream with no compulsion. CBSE Schools in Pune enable students for making decisions based on their aspirations, which as a result guide them to become good citizens of the country and, above all, kind human beings. At CP Goenka International School in Pune, we are mainly focused on promoting intellectual, social and emotional spirit amongst students and it is possible today only with such evolving learning procedure that all the emerging information lets the learners become worldwide pioneers!

Aims & Objectives

  • To develop holistic individuals through co scholastic school based evaluation.
  • To instill values through an integrated curricular approach.
  • Innovations in teaching learning methodologies by devising students friendly and students centered paradigms.
  • Reforms in examinations and evaluation practices.
  • Skill learning by adding job oriented and job linked inputs.

Structure / Examination

  • The Board suggests curriculum from class I to XII in conjunction with recommendations made by NCERT and renowned Educationists across the country.
  • The Board prescribes the syllabi for the IX to XII.
  • Grade XI XII curriculum is highly suitable for preparing for competitive exams.

Assessment

  • Emphasis is on internal assessment (periodic tests, class work and subject enrichment activities), term examinations and school based assessment of co scholastic areas.
  • Periodic tests consists of practical activities assessing subject specific skills as well as pen paper assessments spread throughout the academic year.
  • Term examinations are pen and paper tests after completion of a considerable period of time and portion in an academic year.
  • School based assessment of co scholastic areas consist of Art education, Health and Physical education including Work experience , Discipline.
  • All subjects have the following assessment pattern :
    20% of internal assessment + 80% of term examinations.
  • 5 Subjects are compulsory.
  • The Board will award a pass certificate to student who attains the pass standard in all 5 subjects.
  • A nine point scale of grades is used:

    A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1,E1,E2

    The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the average of all grade points of the Five subjects.

    The minimum grade needed to pass is D

    9.5 X G.P will give you the marks.

Salient Features

  • Meeting emerging global challenges.
  • Communicating approach to language teaching.
  • Updating information technology skills.
  • Instilling values through an integrated curricular approach.
  • Vocational inputs with a variety of job oriented courses.

Subjects Offered

  • Communicative English
  • Second Language
  • Mathematics
  • General Science (Science and Technology)
  • Social science
  • Work experience
  • Art, Music
  • PE and Health awareness
CO-SCHOLASTIC
  • Life skills
  • Attitudes and Values
  • Literary and Creative skills
  • Scientific skills
  • Aesthetic skills
  • Performing Arts and Clubs

After Grade 10

  • The ALL INDIA SENIOR SCHOOL examination is held by the CBSE board at the end of Grade 12.
  • Students have to appear for English as a compulsory subject plus four electives.
  • Students have to choose minimum 5 subjects. There is a choice to select the 6th subject, however the final board percentage will be calculated with best of five scores.
  • Equivalent to pre University courses and A levels.
  • Highly suitable for AIEEE.
  • PMT and other entrance examinations within the country.

In a nutshell…

  • The CBSE, given that it caters to a pan India audience, has simplified content but is high on student friendly education, examination reform and preparation for competitive exams.

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